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The Whiteface Region provides visitors with an exciting array of activities from spring through fall. Fall brings the opportunity to enjoy cool, fresh air and bright colors of foliage while you swing and putt your way to happiness. When you're not hiking, biking and fishing, you can play 9-holes at the nearby Ausable Valley Golf Club in Ausable Forks. The course is a family-owned, par 34 spanning 2,612 yards from start to finish. Tee times are not required; walk-ons are welcome.

At Ausable Valley Golf Course, you'll enjoy the home-style meals found at the clubhouse, and take pleasure in the challenging course design.

The tree-lined set of holes was built by Seymour Dunn, a Scottish golfer and course architect who designed many courses throughout New York. Designed to blend into the natural landscape, the course offers opportunities to see Adirondack wildlife as you play. The course is currently being expanded to include an additional 9 holes. This is an excellent option for those looking to play 9 or 18 holes amid the Adirondack landscape, away from the crowds.

Families can take smaller children for a round of Adirondack mini golf right by Whiteface Mountain. The Putt N Play miniature golf course is located at the North Pole campground in Wilmington. This 18-hole mini golf course is fun for both children and adults. Putt N Play has a retro feel, and offers players the chance to win ice cream or a free game with a hole in one.

The Ausable Club Golf Course in nearby St. Huberts, NY is a private 9-hole course that opens to the public Monday through Thursday from Labor Day in September until the beginning of October. The Ausable Club course is surrounded by the Adirondack High Peaks in nearby Keene Valley. The clubhouse is on the National Register of Historic Places; play is at a first-come, first serve basis. This course has a wide open layout that allows for spectacular views.

Book your trip online today, and start planning your Adirondack golfing trip! 


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